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Air China To Buy 31 Boeing Aircraft

Air China To Buy 31 Boeing Aircraft | China Aviation | Scoop.it
Air China will buy 31 jets from Boeing to expand its fleet, the firm said in an announcement filed with the Hong Kong stock exchange on Friday.

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China to start major jet engine development program | idrw.org

China to start major jet engine development program | idrw.org | China Aviation | Scoop.it
Participants in the project include Shenyang Liming Aero-Engine Group Corp., AVIC Xi'an Aero-Engine (Group) Ltd. and research institutes, including the BUAA, he said. “At present, China's aircraft engine design and ...

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Why A China Crash May Be Imminent - Forbes

Why A China Crash May Be Imminent - Forbes | China Aviation | Scoop.it
Why A China Crash May Be Imminent
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Those silly enough to believe that China's economy has “recovered” should at least been given some pause by this week's events.

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Changi Airport’s airfreight activity picks up | Air Cargo World News

Changi Airport’s airfreight activity picks up | Air Cargo World News | China Aviation | Scoop.it
Do you know many tonnes of #AirCargo passed through #ChangiAirport? http://t.co/rdyfrhXq9L via @ACWmagazine -K

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Israel Aerospace Demos Electric UAVs to Foreign Prospects | Aviation & Air Force News at DefenceTalk

Israel Aerospace Demos Electric UAVs to Foreign Prospects | Aviation & Air Force News at DefenceTalk | China Aviation | Scoop.it
Israel Aerospace Industries (IAI) has recently conducted a series of successful demonstrations of its tactical Unmanned Aerial Systems (UAS) for various
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Aviation industry is on full throttle - African Business Review

Aviation industry is on full throttle - African Business Review | China Aviation | Scoop.it
Aviation industry is on full throttle
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As the continent's economy is growing so too is the aviation industry and the skies are the limit for the wealth of opportunity lying along its runways.

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Chinese Advancements a Cause for Concern? Analysis

Chinese Advancements a Cause for Concern? Analysis | China Aviation | Scoop.it
Long-time observers of Chinese military capability reported the drones on display at a recent biennial airshow were bigger and more sophisticated than in the past

 

Analysts say China is using its rapidly expanding defense budget to make impressive advances in drone technology, prompting some to worry that the United States' global dominance in the market could soon be challenged.

At a recent biennial airshow in the southern coastal city of Zhuhai, China unveiled a new generation of unmanned aerial vehicles (UAVs). Long-time observers of Chinese military capability reported the drones on display were bigger and more sophisticated than in the past.

Though many of the prototypes and models on display at the Zhuhai air show did not have explicit military purposes, others appeared to be clones of U.S. drones, such as the Predator or Reaper, which have both been used in deadly missions on suspected militants.

There is no evidence suggesting China plans to use its drones in a similar manner as the United States, and observers say Beijing is still likely far behind Washington in drone technology.


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Why Leading in the Human Age Requires New Approaches to the World of Work


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Denis Pennel's curator insight, January 22, 2013 6:36 AM

Since ManpowerGroup's announcement of the Human Age — a complex era where talent, as capital once was, is a key driver of economic growth — at the 2011 WEF Annual Meeting, the forces evolving this volatile age are growing more intertwined, pushing and pulling in different directions until they become impossible to separate, much like a Gordian Knot. As the Human Age is becoming increasingly volatile and unpredictable, companies must prepare for one certainty — uncertainty.

 

"In a world where economic, political and social turmoil are creating an era of uncertainty, companies' flexibility and ability to adapt quickly to new market conditions is crucial," said Jonas Prising, ManpowerGroup President. "With talentism now a dominant economic catalyst, a company's strategies, processes and solutions to navigate risk must start with its people. Only by unleashing and leveraging human potential will a nation or corporation successfully navigate these unpredictable challenges."

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Le Livre Blanc de ManpowerGroup, partagé par Denis Pennel.

Tony Brugman (Bright & Company)'s curator insight, January 23, 2013 4:32 AM

Interesting new report in Manpower's 'The Human Age'-series. Read the full press release here: http://www.manpowergroup.com/investors/releasedetail.cfm?releaseid=734689

 

Principles for Building the Human Age Corporation (Some takeaways):
* Create a set of core principles of execution which are flexible and adaptable to uncertainty
* Develop a "community" based horizontal hierarchy system
* Leaders should work collaboratively to drive performance
* Take work to where the talent is
* Use Talentism to direct the company

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Tata Steel Opens 2nd Aerospace Service Center in China - Fox Business

Tata Steel Opens 2nd Aerospace Service Center in China - Fox Business | China Aviation | Scoop.it
Tata Steel Opens 2nd Aerospace Service Center in ChinaFox BusinessTata Steel already has an aerospace steel service center in Suzhou, which it opened in 2009.

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Business Start up How to in Hong Kong China

Business Start up How to in Hong Kong China | China Aviation | Scoop.it

Looking for some business opportunity? Hong Kong may be a place for you, here're the reasons...


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Doing Business in China - World Bank Group

Doing Business in China - World Bank Group | China Aviation | Scoop.it
This page summarizes Doing Business data for China. It includes rankings, data for key regulations and comparisons with other economies.
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Chinese air force to reduce pilot training costs |Politics |chinadaily.com.cn

Chinese air force to reduce pilot training costs |Politics |chinadaily.com.cn | China Aviation | Scoop.it
China's air force has undergone reforms in order to reduce the cost of training new pilots and enhance the quality of their training, an air force official said Monday.

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China plans USD 16 billion R&D project for new jet engines - Deccan Herald

China plans USD 16 billion R&D project for new jet engines - Deccan Herald | China Aviation | Scoop.it
My Moinfo China plans USD 16 billion R&D project for new jet engines Deccan Herald The new research will be conducted by China's Shenyang Liming Aero-Engine and Xi'an Aero-Engine, two research and industrial complexes under the nation's biggest...

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Chinese couriers looking to launch cargo airlines | AviationBrief ...

China's couriers are looking to launch their own cargo airlines in the fast-growing domestic express delivery market. Shanghai-based YTO Express Co. said it is applying to the Civil Aviation Administration of China to launch a ...

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Top 10 Mistakes in Behavior Change

Our Stanford team lists common mistakes in trying to change behavior. We'll update this list (or add details) if people want. Let us know. Email -- captology

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Great advice here!
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Back to basics

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great David!!!Thanks
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The thoughtLEADERS Blog

The thoughtLEADERS Blog | China Aviation | Scoop.it
The thoughtLEADERS Blog covers leadership, communications, strategy and operations. All posts are practical and applicable to help you apply the methods we teach.
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China's Commercial Aircraft Industry: Not So Fast - Analysis

China's Commercial Aircraft Industry: Not So Fast - Analysis | China Aviation | Scoop.it

China is currently pursuing a very ambitious commercial aircraft development programme, including the production of two medium-size airliners. However, it faces considerable – perhaps even insurmountable – barriers to breaking into this tough and demanding business.

 


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"NO ONE can ever accuse China of thinking small. When it decided to enter into commercial aircraft manufacturing, it knew that it was going up against one of the world’s greatest duopolies: the Boeing-Airbus stranglehold on the medium-to-large jetliner business. These two companies produce nearly every 100-seat-and-above passenger plane flown by nearly every airline in the world."

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Beijing may overtake Atlanta as world's busiest airport

Beijing may overtake Atlanta as world's busiest airport | China Aviation | Scoop.it

Beijing's Capital International will become the world's busiest airport by the end of the year, replacing Atlanta's Hartsfield-Jackson, according a report in USA Today.

 

Predicting that China will also be the epicenter of an unprecedented global demand for new pilots, USA Today said one out of every five commercial aircraft built by Boeing will be bound for Beijing next decade. Perry Flint, spokesman for the Canada-based International Air Transport Association, said that China is now world's second largest air travel market, with 300 million passengers a year.

 

The United States remains by far the world's largest market for air travel, with about 806 million passengers taking off from the country in 2011. But with China's market still expanding, some analysts believe it will surpass the United States sooner or later — perhaps in little more than two decades. The Official Airline Guide based in London predicts Beijing will overtake Atlanta as the world's busiest airport by the end of 2013.


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DOSID's curator insight, January 22, 2013 11:33 AM

"China still has a long way to go, however. The country will need an estimated 71,300 pilots in the next 20 years."

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China's Commercial Aircraft Industry: Not So Fast - Analysis

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China is currently pursuing a very ambitious commercial aircraft development programme, including the production of two medium-size airliners. However, it faces considerable – perhaps even insurmountable – barriers to breaking into this tough and demanding business.

 


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"NO ONE can ever accuse China of thinking small. When it decided to enter into commercial aircraft manufacturing, it knew that it was going up against one of the world’s greatest duopolies: the Boeing-Airbus stranglehold on the medium-to-large jetliner business. These two companies produce nearly every 100-seat-and-above passenger plane flown by nearly every airline in the world."

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Russia started deliveries of Il-76MD aircraft to China - News - Russian Aviation - RUAVIATION.COM

Russia started deliveries of Il-76MD aircraft to China - News - Russian Aviation - RUAVIATION.COM | China Aviation | Scoop.it
RT @ruaviation: Russia started deliveries of Il-76MD aircraft to China http://t.co/wxSf5Qhv

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China’s first business aircraft unveiled in Zhuhai - People's Daily Online

China’s first business aircraft unveiled in Zhuhai - People's Daily Online | China Aviation | Scoop.it
ZHUHAI,Nov.13(People’sDailyOnline)--China’sfirstbusinessaircraftPrimus150madedebutinZh (China’s first business aircraft unveiled in Zhuhai http://t.co/xTcsCqWQ...)...

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A MUST READ-The outlook of high-frequency trading in China - Edgar Perez - Latest chinese economic, financial, business, political and society news

A MUST READ-The outlook of high-frequency trading in China - Edgar Perez - Latest chinese economic, financial, business, political and society news | China Aviation | Scoop.it

A leading business news, analysis and opinion aggregation service offered by 21st Century Media Group, China’s largest financial media group (The outlook of high-frequency trading in China http://t.co/SUnUrt89...)...


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Chinese investors acquire Enstrom Helicopter

Michigan-based Enstrom Helicopter has been acquired by a Chinese investment firm in a move aimed at helping the company grow in the rapidly developing...

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